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Dubai Test ends in thrilling draw
Dubai Test ends in thrilling draw
While both teams came up with moments of great quality in the second Test, it was New Zealand that won your heart.
Itís getting turn, but not big turn: Sarfraz Ahmed
Itís getting turn, but not big turn: Sarfraz Ahmed
Sarfraz said hard work and blessings of his parents have helped him cement his place in the Pakistan cricket team.
Sarfraz ton frustrates New Zealand
Sarfraz ton frustrates New Zealand
Kiwisí hopes would rest on Ross Taylor (77 not out, 93 balls, 10 fours) whose daring stroke-play against the two quality spinners stopped Pakistan from taking a firm grip on the match.
Itís still an open game: Grant Flower
The fall of wickets at regular intervals left their hopes of clinching a series win against New Zealand
IAAF under fire for Qatar decision
IAAF under fire for Qatar decision
IAAF announced Doha had beaten off Barcelona and Eugene, Oregon, to the dismay of the two human rights groups.
New Zealand keep pressure on Pakistan in Dubai Test
New Zealand keep pressure on Pakistan in Dubai Test
Zulfiqar Babar showed great confidence in his batsmenís ability after the end of second dayís play on Tuesday.
Babar confident Pakistan can take the lead
Babar confident Pakistan can take the lead
New Zealand wicketkeeper-batsman Bradley-John Watling, who scored a patient 39, agreed with Babar.
Gritty Black Caps frustrate Pakistan
Gritty Black Caps frustrate Pakistan
Well, few things could taste as sweet as 403 runs on the board and two Pakistani wickets in the pocket after a hard dayís play in which fortunes swung like a pendulum.
BCCI backs IPL boss, Srinivasan; postpones AGM
BCCI backs IPL boss, Srinivasan; postpones AGM
BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel says the allegations levelled against Srinivasan by unscrupulous elements were aimed at destabilising the working of the BCCI.
Latham ton gives Kiwis sound start
Latham ton gives Kiwis sound start
Opener patiently thwarts Pakistan bowling attack on opening day of second Test in Dubai.
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